The F50 Global Capital Summit® (GCS)
finds and connects the next generation of world-changing tech
innovators with strategic partners to power their long-term impact. The
theme for this year’s summit is “Impact one billion lives”. 

includes an exhibit area for select startups, non-profits and members
of the F50 venture network community (October 15-16), open to all
attendees. Whether you’re a technology service provider searching for
new customers or a startup looking for investors and partners, we want
to see you there.


Satjiv Chahil, Angel Investor, CEO, Silicon Valley Global Marketing and Innovations advisory
Satjiv Chahil is a Board Member, Chief
Marketing Officer, Advisor to CEO at Palm Inc. He has been a keynote
speaker at global thought leader forums and leading educational
institutions, such as Harvard, Stanford, Kelloy, Thunderbird, La
Sorbonne, Hermes Future Form, and the European Economic Forum. 

James Sowers, Angel Investor
James Sowers is an Executive Board Member
for the Greater Good Society and Mentor for the CanopyBoulder. He was
named a top 50 Angel Investor by Forbes. As an entrepreneur, author, and
Forbes top 50 Angel investor, James frequently speaks about exponential
technologies and startup investing.

Andrew Tang, Managing Director, Draper Dragon Fund
Andrew Tang is a managing director of DFJ
DragonFund. He has led and managed investments in Miartech, Mobim Tech,
Huaxun Micro, AltoBeam, Rotohog, YeePay, Broaddus (MOT), Imago
Scientific, Zettacom (IDTI), NuTool (ASMI), and MontaVista Software.
Most recently, he was a partner and member of the investment committee
at Infineon Ventures. Prior to Infineon Ventures, he was an investment
banker with Credit Suisse First Boston technology group in Palo Alto.

Norman Winarsky, President, Winarsky Ventures
Norman Winarsky is an American author
and angel investor. He was the President of SRI Ventures at SRI
International. Winarsky was a co-founder and board member of Siri, which
was spun out from SRI in January 2008 and acquired by Apple Inc. in
2010. He is the author of If You Really Want to Change the World: A
Guide to Creating, Building, and Sustaining Breakthrough Ventures.

Lu Zhang, Founder and Managing Partner, Fusion Fund 
Lu Zhang is a World Economic Forum – Young
Global Leader (Class of 2018). She has also garnered other accolades
including the Featured Honoree in VC of Forbes 30 Under 30 (2017),
Silicon Valley Women of Influence (2018), Town & Country 50 Modern
Swans – Entrepreneurship Influencer (2017), and Top 10 All America
Chinese Youth (2018). Prior to starting Fusion Fund, she was a Venture
Partner at Fenox Venture Capital and also the Founder and CEO of a
medical device company focused on non-invasive technology for the early
diagnosis of Type II diabetes (acq 2012).

Nikolai Oreshkin, Founder and Managing Partner, Elysium Venture Capital 
Nikolai is a founder and Managing Partner
at Elysium Venture Capital, an investment management fund focused on
helping high-growth technology companies access global markets. He
has more than 5 years of investment experience across the US, Europe,
and China, being involved in over 50 transactions, including
cross-border and M&A, valued at more than $2.5 billion USD

Ossama Hassanein, Chairman, Rising Tide VC
Ossama is an entrepreneur, mentor, and
venture capitalist. He has managed over $1 billion of international
technology funds in diverse leadership roles including EVP of Berkeley
International in San Francisco, Chairman of Technocom Ventures in Paris,
President of Newbridge Networks Holding in Canada, Senior Managing
Director of Newbury Ventures, and Chairman of the Rising Tide Fund in
Silicon Valley.

Duncan Davidson, General Partner, Bullpen Capital 
Duncan is a serial entrepreneur who most
notably founded Covad Communications and Sky Pilot Networks. He served
as SVP of Business Development at InterTrust and led the IPO in 1999 and
the secondary in 2000. Prior to Bullpen, he co-founded one of the first
mobile social app companies, Xumii, later sold to Myriad Group and now
powering over 200M users in the developing world.

Lilly Huang, SVP, Private Banking, HSBC
Lilly is the SVP of Venture Capital Group
in HSBC, which proudly serves over 500 leading funds and investors
globally. Prior to that, Lilly was the Head of Entrepreneur Services
Group of Silicon Valley Bank in China, and the Founding Member of
Cross-Border team in SVB. She was the first representative of City of
San Francisco in China appointed by former Mayor Gavin Newsom. She is
currently serving as Board of Director in ChinaSF and GlobalSF.

Amy Yotopoulos, Director, Mind Division, Stanford Center on Longevity
Amy has over a decade of experience in
researching the aging mind and body, developing innovative new
businesses focused on the senior market, and in leading direct service
organizations and providing hands-on caregiving to mature elders. She
has appeared as a speaker at TEDx San Francisco and keynoted at
international conferences.

Sean Randolph, Senior Director, Bay Area Council Economic Institute
Dr. Randolph previously served as President
& CEO of the Bay Area Economic Forum, which merged with the Bay
Area Council in January 2008, and also as the director of international
trade for the State of California. Before service with the state, he was
the Managing Director of the RSR Pacific Group where he served as
International Director-General of the Pacific Basin Economic Council


The GCS main conference will be a two-day event. It will include 60+ speaking sessions, 700 attendees from world-leading corporations, an investor summit,  and entrepreneur leader roundtable
discussions by invitation. GCS 2019 will cover broad topics including
investment trends, global impact, aging and longevity, agriculture
innovation, robotics, technology innovation for food
and sustainability.  

Reserve your Tickets here!



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